Huong Son Complex of Natural Beauty and Historical Monuments

.

Huong Son Complex of Natural Beauty and Historical Monuments is part of the Tentative list of Vietnam in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

Huong Son Complex of Natural Beauty and Historical Monuments is a mixed site consisting of a series of Buddhist pagodas and temples constructed on a limestone mountain range southwest of Hanoi. The range was selected for these religious sites to take advantage of the natural beauty of the range, including the Huong Tich Cave, which is considered the most beautiful cave in Vietnam. Many of the caves within the complex also include archaeological relics from the prehistoric Hoa Binh culture.

Map of Huong Son Complex of Natural Beauty and Historical Monuments

Load map

The coordinates shown for all tentative sites were produced as a community effort. They are not official and may change on inscription.

Community Reviews

No reviews yet. Be the first!

Community Likes

N/A

Full Name
Huong Son Complex of Natural Beauty and Historical Monuments
Country
Vietnam
Added
1991
Type
Mixed
Link
By ID
1991 Added to Tentative List

The site has 4 locations

Huong Son Complex of Natural Beauty and Historical Monuments (T)
Huong Son Complex of Natural Beauty and Historical Monuments: Huong Tich Group (T)
Huong Son Complex of Natural Beauty and Historical Monuments: Long Van Group (T)
Huong Son Complex of Natural Beauty and Historical Monuments: Tuyet Pagoda Group (T)

Visitors

Community Members have visited.

WHS 1997-2021